US President Joe Biden vowed not to let China become the world’s leading power

US President Joe Biden vowed not to let China become the world’s leading power

Washington: US President Joe Biden vowed not to let Beijing become the world’s leading power on his watch, saying he is not in a confrontational situation with China and expects stiff competition. .
“We are not looking for a confrontation, although we know there will be an up-and-coming competition,” Biden said during the first press conference since he took office in January.
On China’s growing ambitions, the US President said, “China has an overall goal, to become the most powerful country in the world, the world’s richest country, the most powerful in the world. In my view that is not going to happen.” ”
Biden said that we would have strong competition, but wanted China to play by the rules – fair competition, fair dealing and fair trade.
Speaking on a recent quad meet, Biden said, “Earlier this month, I met with my colleagues to discuss how we are going to hold China accountable — Australia, India , Japan and America, the so-called quad. ” Because we have to work together with democracy. ”
The remarks come as the Biden administration is evaluating the next steps of the country’s policy towards China following a public dispute between the two sides during talks in Anchorage, Alaska.
Earlier this month, the first high-level meeting between the Biden administration and China in Alaska saw sharp exchanges between US and Chinese officials, reflecting deep divisions between the two sides despite changing the guard at the White House is.
“We will evaluate what is the appropriate synergy with our allies and allies around the world in the next phase,” White House spokesman Jane Saki said.
The spokesperson also said that the Biden administration believes that China is noting that the US engages in close coordination with allies and allies.

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